No sport can compare with lacrosse’s growth, and the Southern Crescent is looking to catch up
The single mother would now have even more on her plate. She couldn’t make it to the standing-room-only rally, because she had to work
William Eugene "Gene" Barnette, 75, of Stockbridge, died Sunday, May 6, 2012.
Mr. Donald L. Cool, 76, of Jonesboro, passed away May 2, 2012.
A McDonough woman, Borom Toek, has been announced as the holder of a lottery ticket that matched all six numbers in the “Decades of Dollars” drawing on May 3.
Area may be last piece of Civil War battlefield
Members of a long-time Jonesboro family, as well as local historical officials, are readying to go to war over a request to build a funeral home on what they say is part of the city’s only remaining, undeveloped piece of the Battle of Jonesborough battlefield.
After not participating in the Class AAAA golf tournament last season, two-time winner Mariah Stackhouse wanted to make a statement in her return.
Eagle’s Landing teammates Shantia Wilson and Gabby Roth won a gold medal apiece, while Union Grove’s Briana Vaughn won two at the recent Georgia High School Association track and field championships in Albany.
Three Southern Crescent teams survived the first round of the state playoffs to advance to Wednesday’s next round.
A sluggish response from Clayton County officials, on whether this week’s “Jazz Under the Stars in Jonesboro” concert can be held on county property, has forced city leaders to make a last-minute change on the event’s location, organizers have confirmed.
Get ready for the 2012 Presidential campaign to be one of the ugliest — and possibly silliest — ever.
So far, the Democratic monopoly in Sacramento has done nothing to cause Californians who seek greater freedom, lower taxes and a better business climate to begin taking rafts to Oregon or Mexico. But give the Democrats time.
Entering elementary school for the first time can be an intimidating experience for youngsters
She says it’s time for young teachers to step up
After serving nearly 40 years with Clayton County Public Schools, Kay Sledge, whose last role was as the school system’s fine arts director, has decided to retire.
A 62-year-old Riverdale man has died from his injuries after being pulled from his burning home on Saturday morning.